Paul Wood Obituary, Paul Wood Has Passed Away Unexpectedly

John Death, Obituary – John has passed away untimely and unexpectedly leaving friends, loved ones, family, and the entire community heartbroken and in grievance, according to a social media sharing. The four women in Paul’s life—his wife Crystal, his children Kenley Rae, Adelyn Patricia, and Charlie Anne—brought him the most happiness in his life. Paul, who was the model of a family guy, made certain that his loved ones were his top priority at all times. He was the epitome of what it means to be an outstanding human being, spouse, and parent. Paul’s heart belonged to the role of a father, and he would have given his family more of both his love and his time if he had the chance.

In addition to his wife and daughters, he is survived by his mother Jacqueline (Hersom) Wood, his siblings Ryan Wood and his wife Kerianne, Timothy Wood and his wife Holly Atchue, and Caroline Wood and her husband Travis Anderson, as well as a number of nieces and nephews. His wife and daughters were the only immediate family members he had at the time of his passing. His father, Richard Wood, passed away before he was born. In addition, he is leaving behind a large and close family consisting of other firemen. Paul spent his childhood summers lounging on Mayflower Beach and at the lakeside cottage the family-owned in Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire.

Paul was a skilled percussionist and an outstanding cook in addition to his work as a firefighter. Yard labor or dashes to Home Depot to fulfill yet another of his innovative wife’s ideas were common occurrences when one could find him. Paul had served in the fire department of Massachusetts for the better part of two decades. In 1998, he got his start in the firefighting industry working as a call firefighter in the town of Grafton. Before he was brought on as a full-time fireman, he served as a volunteer firefighter at Station 3 and also participated in the operations of Rescue 1 at that period. Paul worked as an emergency medical technician (EMT) in Worcester and the nearby towns while he was also training to become a firefighter.

Shortly after earning his certification as a paramedic, Paul applied for and was offered a position with the Town of Auburn Fire Department as a career Firefighter/Paramedic. Class #182 of the Massachusetts Fire Fighting Academy is where Paul received his diploma. Paul was given a position in Group 1 and performed his duties at Headquarters. Paul assisted with the inspection and maintenance of the apparatus and equipment, in addition to providing the group with EMS trainings to attend. Throughout the course of his professional life, he earned a number of certifications, including those for Firefighter I/II, Hazmat Ops, Fire Instructor I, Fire Officer I, and Dive Rescue Tender, including ice and surface rescue.

He was a very involved participant in the District 7 Regional Dive Team, where he held the position of Team Leader. Paul was actively working toward his goal of becoming an officer in the corporation, and he was acquiring the information, capabilities, and skills that would help him achieve this goal.